The Lord of the Rings director is overseeing the brand new movie, which has already had its launch date moved from 2020 to August 27, 2021 on account of the coronavirus pandemic, which goals to “take audiences again in time to The Beatles’ intimate recording classes throughout a pivotal second in music historical past”.
A preview clip of Get Again has been launched immediately (December 21) to tide followers over till its summer time launch subsequent 12 months.
The video begins with Jackson explaining that he and his manufacturing staff in New Zealand have resumed work on the movie after the coronavirus outbreak was largely contained within the nation, with modifying of the 56 hours of never-before-seen footage presently ongoing.
Jackson provides that he and his staff are “about half-way” via the modifying course of, and that they determined to share this sneak peek to showcase “the vibe and vitality” of their movie – you’ll be able to see the clip, which incorporates in-the-studio footage of The Beatles recording ‘Get Again’, above.
Step inside Peter Jackson’s edit bay to get an unique first take a look at some never-before-seen footage from his documentary function, The Beatles: Get Again. See the movie in terms of theatres August 2021 #TheBeatlesGetBack
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— The Beatles (@thebeatles) December 21, 2020
In an extra assertion concerning the trailer, Jackson mentioned: “We needed to provide the followers of The Beatles everywhere in the world a vacation deal with, so we put collectively this five-minute sneak peek at our upcoming theatrical movie The Beatles: Get Again.
“We hope it can convey a smile to everybody’s faces and a few much-needed pleasure at this tough time.”
In a latest interview, Paul McCartney reflected on the death of his Beatles bandmate John Lennon 40 years on from his killing.
“It’s very tough for me, and I sometimes can have ideas and type of say: ‘I don’t know, why don’t I simply break down crying day-after-day?’ As a result of it’s that dangerous.”